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Scheduled Events

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  1. February 13, 2018:  Terry Kurzynski, Founder of Halock Security Labs / Octavio Paguaga, CEH, OSCP, Senior Security Consultant with Sayers Technology.  Click here for Event information and to RSVP.


  2. March 13, 2018:  Nicholas Nedostup, VP and CISO of Johnson Controls / Anders Norremo, CEO of Third Party Trust  Click here for Event information and to RSVP.


  3. March 14/15, 2018: Secure360 Wisconsin is coming to the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.  Click here for Event information, discounts and to register.


  4. April 10, 2018:  Detective Carlo Davila, Intelligence Fusion Center and Milwaukee Police Department / Special Agent Donald Todd, Wisconsin Department of Justice.  Click here for Event information and to RSVP.


  5. May 8, 2018:  Bill Sherer, Brad Lutgen and Mark Shelhart - Sikich  Click here for Event information and to RSVP.


  6. June 12, 2018:  All Afternoon Extravaganza  Click here for Event information and to RSVP.



February 13, 2018

  • SPEAKER:
    - Terry Kurzynski, Founder of Halock Security Labs, Biography
    PRESENTATION:
    - Duty of Care Risk Analysis: "Getting consensus from legal, information security, and executive management."

  • SPEAKER:
    - Octavio Paguaga, CEH, OSCP, Senior Security Consultant with Sayers Technology, Biography
    PRESENTATION:
    - Aiding the Enemy: PowerShell Attacks and How to Stop Them.
    The PowerShell scripting language has been installed by default on every version of Microsoft Windows since Windows 7. While PowerShell is a boon to system administrators due to its incredibly powerful capabilities, it can also provide malicious attackers and malware code with easy-to-use, easy-to-hide hooks into the operating system. Security researchers have released PowerShell code for many different tasks in recent years, including network sniffers, password readers, and even cross-process DLL injection. The ready availability of these scripts means that even unsophisticated "script kiddie" attackers can leverage these tools to more quickly compromise any system running PowerShell.

    In this demonstration, Octavio Paguaga of Sayers Technology will demonstrate a successful, live attack of a Windows workstation using a common PowerShell script, and take complete control of the system remotely. As importantly, he will also demonstrate specific tools and technologies that can be used to mitigate PowerShell threats, including some free tools that are built into more recent versions of Windows. The session will also include Q&A with attendees.

    DATE & TIME:
    - February 13, 2018, 3p-5p.

    LOCATION:
    - New Berlin Ale House, 16000 West Cleveland Avenue, New Berlin
    - East parking and entrance
    - Click here for Directions

    Seating is Limited. Click address to RSVP: EventRSVP@ISSA-Wisconsin.org

    Click Here to Join or Renew with ISSA Wisconsin NOW!!

    ISSA Members will receive Continuing Professional Education Credits for completing this educational event.
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March 13, 2018

  • SPEAKERS:
    - Nicholas Nedostup, VP and CISO of Johnson Controls
    - Anders Norremo, CEO of Third Party Trust, Bio

    PRESENTATIONS:
    - Challenges of cybersecurity within manufacturing

    - Emerging threats from your third parties and best practices for managing it.
    Vendors, contractors and consultants are essential for business operations today, yet there's varying risks to working with them. A survey by Soha Systems places the percentage of all data breaches linked directly or indirectly to third-party access at 63 percent.

    With business units clamoring to partner with firms to develop new technology or reduce costs by outsourcing, information security professionals are put between a rock and a hard place. With limited resources and staff, infosec teams are asked to implement governance and policy around third party access and maintain a risk profile of an ever growing vendor population.

    Join ISSA Wisconsin and Anders Norremo, CEO of ThirdPartyTrust, as we discuss the critical steps of ensuring a proper, consistent and scalable vendor risk management program.

    DATE & TIME:
    - March 13, 2018, 3p-5p.

    LOCATION:
    - New Berlin Ale House, 16000 West Cleveland Avenue, New Berlin
    - East parking and entrance
    - Click here for Directions

    Seating is Limited. Click address to RSVP: EventRSVP@ISSA-Wisconsin.org

    Click Here to Join or Renew with ISSA Wisconsin NOW!!

    ISSA Members will receive Continuing Professional Education Credits for completing this educational event.
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March 14/15, 2018

Additional Secure360 Wisconsin Discount Codes:

• ISSA Member - $50 off Code: SW2017

• First Time Attendee - 10% off Code: NewAttendee17

• Corporate Groups - $25 off Groups of 3 or more - no code needed

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April 10, 2018

  • SPEAKERS:
    - Detective Carlo Davila, Biography - Intelligence Fusion Center / Milwaukee Police Department
    - Special Agent Donald Todd, Biography - Wisconsin Department of Justice

    PRESENTATIONS:
    - Overview: Discuss The Intelligence Fusion Centers from inception through maturity and the need for a collaborative information sharing network.

    This presentation will break down the areas of responsibility for the two Fusion Centers in Wisconsin as well as discuss the network of the 79 Fusion Centers across the country. Discussion will cover the critical operational capabilities of the Fusion Centers and how the intelligence process works. We will teach the audience how to identify the 8 signs of terrorism and how to report suspicious activity to their local fusion centers.

    Most importantly we will identify contact information for the State’s Fusion Centers and encourage stakeholders to participate in our Fusion Liaison Officers program.

    - Implementation of the Wisconsin Cybersecurity Strategy includes implementation of a Cyber Liaison Officer (CLO) program, similar to the Threat Liaison Officer (TLO) or Fusion Liaison Officer (FLO) programs. This program, once functional, will be designed to greatly expand cyber information-sharing capabilities and increase situational awareness.

    The CLO presentation will provide more information on the CLO Program, its relationship with the Fusion Centers and the roles and duties or Cyber Liaison Officers.

    DATE & TIME:
    - April 10, 2018, 3p-5p.

    LOCATION:
    - New Berlin Ale House, 16000 West Cleveland Avenue, New Berlin
    - East parking and entrance
    - Click here for Directions

    Seating is Limited. Click address to RSVP: EventRSVP@ISSA-Wisconsin.org

    Click Here to Join or Renew with ISSA Wisconsin NOW!!

    ISSA Members will receive Continuing Professional Education Credits for completing this educational event.
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May 8, 2018

  • MODERATORS:
    - Bill Sherer, Manager: Incident Response
    - Brad Lutgen, Partner: Security and Compliance
    - Mark Shelhart, Director: Incident Response and Forensics

    PRESENTATION:
    - You Have Been Breached!  "An Interactive Incident Response Simulation"

    EVENT:
    What will you do? Follow your Incident Response Plan? What if there is no IR Plan? Is your IR Plan current? If not, where do you start? How effective is your plan? Have you considered every possible variable? What will you do first? Will it work? How do you get your organization back to an operational status? Who should be helping you, and when? Will your organization remain in business?

    Join ISSA Wisconsin and Sikich on Tuesday May 8, 2018 from 3-5p. Brace for the ride! In a fast paced two-hour window, You along with your Team will actively engage a live Security Breach Incident and attempt to identify the best course of action hopefully allowing your organization to survive!

    You cannot survive this task on your own. We will provide You and your Team with Security Experts focused on Incident Response, Law Enforcement agents, Legal Experts, your Insurance Company and of course, The Hackers! Your Expert Panel is present to consult for guidance, just as in a real life event, but remember the decisions for the course of action are yours! You drive the outcome.

    Click here for detailed information on your Team’s Interactive Simulation!

    DATE & TIME:
    - May 8, 2018, 3p-5p.

    LOCATION:
    - New Berlin Ale House, 16000 West Cleveland Avenue, New Berlin
    - East parking and entrance
    - Click here for Directions

    Seating is Limited. Click address to RSVP: EventRSVP@ISSA-Wisconsin.org

    Click Here to Join or Renew with ISSA Wisconsin NOW!!

    ISSA Members will receive Continuing Professional Education Credits for completing this educational event.
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June 12, 2018

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